Teachers around the world depend on information gathered through ongoing assessments to plan their teaching and improve learning. Assessments help teachers collect valuable data and make inferences about what the students know, understand and can do.
The assessment planning framework by Jay McTighe is a concise and reliable reference to help teachers gather appropriate evidence for all valued learning goals. The checklists and templates will help you plan meaningful, authentic and rigorous assessments keeping in mind the objectives of the planned assessment. This user-friendly guide will help new and experienced teachers to match assessments to purpose, goals, and content; select appropriate tasks; communicate productive feedback to students and parents; and use assessment results to inform instruction.
Use this resource to identify:
- Purpose for assessment
- Audience for assessment
- Assessment approaches and methods
- Evaluation and communication methods